Give your students a card for St. Patrick's Day with this message:
"May the luck of the Irish be with you. Happy St. Patrick's Day!"
Introduce different hats with any of these wonderful stories:
Which Hat Is That? By Anna Grossnickle Hines
The Hat Book by Leonard Shortall
Celebrate a love of reading and unite as a school with these ideas based on books by Dr. Seuss:
Cat in the Hat Day - wear red and white
Grinch Day - wear green
Foot Day - wear socks that do not match
Diffendoofer Day - wear striped shirts
Read a Shirt Day - wear a shirt filled with words
Sneetches Day - make and pin a green star on your shirt
Hat Day - pay to wear a hat and donate the money to the public library, buy a classroom book, etc.
Hats off to Dr. Seuss, whose real name was Theodor Geisel, for his ability to write entertaining books for young readers
"A person's a person, no matter how small!"
"Children want the same things we want. To laugh, to be challenged, to be entertained, and delighted."
Connect letters A-K on the train and numbers 1-14 to complete the first picture!
Connect the dots #1-18 to complete the second (engine only) picture!
This toolkit provides insights, strategies, activities, and resources to address bullying. It's designed for
This character frame helps students organize and better understand a character.
Book It frame includes room to expand on the character's personality traits, their role, actions, words, thoughts and feelings, problems/challenges they face, their major accomplishments, and how other characters thought and treated the character being analyzed.
Use these cute puppets to follow up a story about hibernating animals. Puppets include a frog, bear, groundhog, snake, turtle, and chipmunk.
This download will give you three different pictures with many hidden mistakes in them. Good luck!
The recess picture has 10 mistakes, a messy room has 15 mistakes, and a busy toy store has 20 mistakes.